The Coyotes of Carthage: A Novel
(eAudiobook)

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HarperAudio, 2020.
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9780062951694
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9h 5m 49s
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Steven Wright., Steven Wright|AUTHOR., & Glenn Davis|READER. (2020). The Coyotes of Carthage: A Novel . HarperAudio.

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Steven Wright, Steven Wright|AUTHOR and Glenn Davis|READER. 2020. The Coyotes of Carthage: A Novel. HarperAudio.

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Steven Wright, Steven Wright|AUTHOR and Glenn Davis|READER. The Coyotes of Carthage: A Novel HarperAudio, 2020.

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Steven Wright, Steven Wright|AUTHOR, and Glenn Davis|READER. The Coyotes of Carthage: A Novel HarperAudio, 2020.

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Dre Ross has one more shot. Despite being a successful political consultant, his aggressive tactics have put him on thin ice with his boss, Mrs. Fitz, who plucked him from juvenile incarceration and mentored his career. She exiles him to the backwoods of South Carolina with $250,000 of dark money to introduce a ballot initiative on behalf of a mining company. The goal: to manipulate the locals into voting to sell their pristine public land to the highest bidder.

Dre arrives in God-fearing, flag-waving Carthage County, with only Mrs. Fitz's well-meaning yet naïve grandson Brendan as his team. Dre, an African-American outsider, can't be the one to collect the signatures needed to get on the ballot. So he hires a blue-collar couple, Tyler Lee and his pious wife, Chalene, to act as the initiative's public face.

Under Dre's cynical direction, a land grab is disguised as a righteous fight for faith and liberty. As lines are crossed and lives ruined, Dre's increasingly cutthroat campaign threatens the very soul of Carthage County and perhaps the last remnants of his own humanity.

A piercing portrait of our fragile democracy and one man's unraveling, The Coyotes of Carthage paints a disturbingly real portrait of the American experiment in action.
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